Hi there, Have just bought a TH42PWD7BS plasma fitted with a TY-42TM6A BNC board also bought SH a Panasonic tuner the point of the tuner was to connect Sky+, Pioneer 520H, Video and occasionally a Meridian 800 all through the tuner to the plasma thus only having 2 wires running up the wall to the plasma. However I know that the tuner may not be the best solution, we dont need it for terrestrial TV as we have Sky+. Also it would appear that we lose PiP and other features with the tuner cable plugged in, is this the case? So the second solution may be a JS Tech Scart to VGA going to the VGA input on the plasma but then we would also have to add a Scart splitter and still run the Meridian 800 into the BNC board adding even more cables running up the wall plus the added hassle of yet more power plugs as we believe the JS Tech Scart to VGA and Scart splitter both require power. Is there a more elegant solution? Just having two cables running up the wall is fine and no we cant chase them in or box them in. Could we use a Scart board fitted in the PWD7 running the cable to a Scart splitter or would the quality be better using the JS Tech Scart to VGA plus a Scart splitter? We assume you can buy another VGA input board so we could also connect a PC if we wished to? Final question already we have noticed a Lip-sync issue with some channels on Sky+ not tried the DVDs or Video yet reading on the forum this seems to be an issue for some but would the tuner box be contributing to the problem. I did ask some of these questions in another thread but thought I best ask them separately rather than high jacking someone elses thread. Many thanks for all you help and advice, Tim.